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5 Of the World`s Most Dangerous Foods

If you’ve ever, after consuming a meal, described the dish as “to die for” then you might want to think again…


Gibson`s – More than just another Burger joint

I love a good hamburger and during 2012 I’ve tried just about every burger foodies raved about in Cape Town.

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Creamy Brussels Sprouts

You will never look at Brussels sprouts in the same way once you’ve tasted this deliciously creamy sprouts.


Nelson Mandela is quite picky when it comes to wine

In his old age, South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela is apparently doing battle with wine writers rather than oppressive regimes.


A Stellar year for Franschhoek

Regarded as one of South Africa’s leading wine producing regions as well as well the country’s premier culinary destination, the Franschhoek Wine Valley has every reason to raise a glass to 2012 / 2013 being a stellar year.


How Time Flies in Paradise!

Time certainly flies when you’re having fun. We’re already into the third week of 2013 – and where have all the precious hours gone?

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Cloud Nine Valentine`s Experience at Waterkloof

Swap the roses and chocolates for a ‘head-in-the-clouds’ Valentine’s dinner at Waterkloof Restaurant, perched high in the sky on the slopes of the Schapenberg outside Somerset West,


Constantia cashes in

Cyclist Charles Harman, British banker-owner of SA icon producer Klein Constantia, may have been stockbroker to the Queen, but his grasp of literature is less sure. Asked to comment on the appearance

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Cold Brews @ Biscuit Mill

“Come up to the lab” sang Dr. Frank’n’furter in the Rocky Horror Picture Show “and see what’s on the slab. I see you shiver with anticipation…” Well its cold brews (below) on the slab


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